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Study on Ceramic Sealing Material under Water Lubrication

 Wang-Long Li, Assistance Professor, Nanotechnology and Micro System Engineering, National Cheng Kung University. 2007 15th Fundamental Sciences Symposium.

 
Subject: A Study on Ceramic Sealing Material under Water Lubrication. 
Publishers:
Ying-Chia Huang, Graduate, Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Science.
Kuo-Ming Chang, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Science.
AJ Huang, Engineer, Scenic Precise Elements Inc.,  Scenic-Seals.

Ivan Lin, Engineer, Scenic Precise Elements Inc.,  Scenic-Seals.

 

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Study of Parameters for Roughness Pattern and Directionality Seal Faces Design.

 

2004.

Subject: Study of Parameters for Roughness Pattern and Directionality Seal Faces Design.

Publishers:

C.S. Huang, General Manager, Scenic Precise Element Inc., Scenic Seals.

Wang-Long Li,  Professor, Nanotechnology and Micro System Engineering, National Cheng Kung University.

Wen-Tung Chien, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, National Pintung University of Applied Science.

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Study of The Groove Pattern Design And Aerodynamic Effect On None Contact Seal Faces.

2002, 20th Mechanical Engineering Design Symposium

Subject: Study of Groove Pattern Design And Aerodynamic Effect On None Contact Seal Faces.

 
Publishers:
 
C.S. Huang, General Manager, Scenic Precise Element Inc., Scenic Seals.

Wang-Long Li,  Professor, Nanotechnology and Micro System Engineering, National Cheng Kung University.

Chun-Shu Lin, Graduate, Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Science.

Shun-Ching Lin, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Science.

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The LD-389 cartridge seal from Scenic is suitable for ANSI pumps and applications to most chemical processes.

    The Scenic LD-389 is manufactured for multi-purpose applications such as concentrated acid and alkaline, corrosive, toxic and volatile producing fluids applicable to Plan 52/53/54 with universal reservoir and piping connections.

 

    Features of the Scenic LD-389 cartridge seal include a stationary seal head assembly which sustains the seals performance, even at high velocity; dual balance face ensures primary sealing point to be closed in the event of reverse pressure; the seal operates either un-pressurised or pressurised applications; non-wetted components are kept from process contamination; components are congregated as a sub-assembly; compact design reduces the seals inner length; and the seal can tolerate ±0.5 mm radial run-out.

 

    The outboard seal is mounted with a bi-directional pumping ring to boost buffer or barrier circulation. An engineered diversion block instated under the gland directs the flow of the circulating fluid. The gland has two common outlet connections in which either one must be plugged depending on shaft rotation. Most volatile processes are combustible and may ignite flame when two metal parts collide due to seal failure. Therefore, a fabricated protective device is introduced in the preserved space of the gland and drive collar as a precautionary measure.

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Seal can improve MTBF- CARLIFE 99SS [ from World Pumps April 2011 ]

Seal specialist Scenic Seals, based in Taiwan, has developed Carlife 99SS, a single cartridge seal, for use in high impurity fibre, slurry, abrasive, and impure solid content duties.
Carlife 99SS is an extension of Carlife 99 and uses the same design concept, which includes springs that are isolated from contaminants, corrosion, and crystallization.
They are built in statically to prevent from falling off, and are not subjected to any effect of centrifugal force or stress. This can help extend Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF).

 

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